It’s been a big week! I wanted to share the 5 things you need to know on the Frontlines for this weekend. If there is a story you want us to highlight or an issue we should dig into, reply to this email, and let us know!
- Dana Nessel is Fighting to Increase Your Heating Bill
- A Complaint has been Filed Against Whitmer’s $100,000 Club
- “Independent” Redistricting Commission is Taking the Constitutional Deadline as Seriously as their “Independence”
- It’s Time for the Democrat State Rep who Tried to Bust Out of Jail to Resign
- News You Might Have Missed: Grand Rapids weighs declaring racism a public health crisis
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Anthony Eid, one of the 13 unelected members of the state’s Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission currently redrawing Michigan’s legislative maps, was exposed this week after Gongwer news service reported years’ worth of offensive, racist and misogynistic tweets.Read more
Do you know where Governor Whitmer is spending her weekend?
At the state Capital working on the budget? Working to solve the hiring crisis? Jet setting to Florida? Up north on her boat or at a bar in East Lansing?Read more
Where do Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Rep. Elissa Slotkin, Rep. Haley Stevens and other high profile Michigan Democrats stand on critical race theory?
They're not saying while actively trying to hide what they think about it from voters.Read more
In communities across Michigan, voters went to the polls this past Tuesday. In the 28th state Senate district there was a special primary election on the ballot, and conservative champion Mark Huizenga won a hard-fought victory.
In the state House, Rep. Mark Huizenga has consistently stood up to Governor Whitmer and her attacks on workers and freedom. As the fight to protect Michigan jobs and our Constitutional rights intensifies, it’s critical that we have strong allies in the Legislature who are willing to hold her accountable.Read more
Our state is experiencing an unemployment crisis, and Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s latest veto isn’t helping.
In Michigan, there aren’t too few jobs. On the contrary, job openings are everywhere, but after a year of lockdown orders, “non-essential” work closures, and big checks from the state to stay home, potential workers just aren’t biting.Read more
Michigan workers have been devastated, and the state’s COVID recovery trails that of every other state in the nation, but none of that apparently will stop President Joe Biden from visiting Michigan on the eve of Independence Day to ‘celebrate’ the state’s miserable pandemic recovery.
Of course, we know what the trip’s really for. He’s coming to town to boost Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s approval ratings.Read more
Remember the 30-minute guarantee?
No, not that old Dominos Pizza ad campaign. Much more recently, Jocelyn Benson, then a candidate for Secretary of State, offered voters a 30-minute guarantee of her own.Read more
Today, the Michigan State Senate passed legislation requiring photo identification to vote.
We’re proud of the Senate Republicans who stood up and passed these bills making it easier to vote, and harder to cheat. These common-sense reforms will enhance the security of our elections.Read more